Wondering if anyone knows of a way to set a “push buttons” button to DISABLEIF a value is filtered out by a certain table. I realize that I can put in the same formula used to filter the table and reference any selectors, but then if someone adds or removes a filter later and doesn’t update the button, then they won’t match up anymore. Is there a way to simply have a button do this?
Basically I want buttons that say “for everything in the table below, do this thing”
It depends on whether the button is in the table itself, or on the canvas. If it is on the canvas, what I would do is have a button with runActions() to first filter the table, and then do the action that is needed.
If the button is a column in the table, there should not be a problem, as view will show only the rows that passed the filter.
Hm I’m not sure. I’ve embedded a demo below. The table has a filter to show only things with Variable AAA. The “push buttons” button has no DISABLEIF setup so it will create a row for all in the table regardless of filter. I can set up that button to have the same exclusions as the table filter, but I want a way for the DISABLEIF to match whatever the filter is set up to exclude.
hi @Tim_Richardson1 ,
the filter you have in place to hide the BBB is a filter on the view of the table, as long as in this filter you hard code your argument, I don’t see a way to achieve what you want. Once the BBB is linked to an other table you can make something smarter I guess